Unite for Sight

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / May 31, 2008 /
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Europe for Visitors

by Bert Maxwell / May 31, 2008 /
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The Savonlinna Opera Festival

by Lexa Pennington / May 29, 2008 /
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CARLA: Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / May 29, 2008 /
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I've been very lucky to attend the University of Minnesota, and meet the great folks at CARLA. I've helped at a CARLA Conference, and avidly read through yeras and years of their email newsletters. I'd like to introduce our members here at wanderingeducators.com to CARLA! I will post more information from CARLA as it becomes available...look for it!

Edinburgh Festivals, Summer 2008

by Lexa Pennington / May 28, 2008 /
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There is nothing more lovely than Scotland in the summer. And, if you're going to be in Scotland, there is a plethora of festivals to attend! Edinburgh, that wonderful city, is just packed with festivals in the summer.

Here is a list of Edinburgh Festivals for Summer, 2008.

May 27- June 2

Spanish Language Training Courses

by Ed Forteau / May 28, 2008 /
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A Great traveler's resource: onebag.com

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / May 28, 2008 /
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Best Learn to Speak Spanish Course Under $100

by Ed Forteau / May 27, 2008 /
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Great Ways to Learn Spanish

by Ed Forteau / May 24, 2008 /
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Money in Asia

by Joel Carillet / May 24, 2008 /
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Money is pretty important, and most places have it. One recent exception: the Khmer Rouge, who brutally ruled Cambodia between 1975 and 1979, outlawed money because they considered it anti-socialist. Given that one in five Cambodians died during their five-year rule on account of starvation, disease, and execution, one can be skeptical that this – or most any other decision the Khmer Rouge made – was a good one. But back to money and other countries…/p>